Posted by: liv | July 14, 2010

Man v. Food San Diego

(As a quick side-note, the July weather that San Diego has come to know and love seems to be back.  Hi summer!)

I forgot to mention this a while back, but Adam Richman from Man v. Food on the Travel Channel showed up in San Diego and did the Broken Yolk breakfast challenge.

The menu describes it as this:

Broken Yolk Café Special (For the iron man or woman)

A dozen-egg omelet filled with mushrooms, onions, American cheese and smothered with our chili and more cheese. On the other half of a 15-inch pizza pan is a generous pile of homefries and two biscuits.

The Broken Yolk Special is Free if you eat it all within an hour.

*For one person only and there is a one hour time limit.
Winners will go down in history on our
Hall of Fame Plaque.  GO FOR IT! 

 
 

 

{from Yelp.com}

Nasty.  I can barely finish 1 scrambled egg, let alone 12 plus a mess of other stuff.  Anyways, if you want to know what happened, I will tell you at the bottom of this post, but I really just wanted to say that this show is really intriguing in the worst kind of way.  I also feel sick when I see some of his challenges.  (Some are lots of food in a specific time, some are not as much food because there is something about it, like it’s really hot).  He also goes to 2 other restaurants to feature them.  For us, it was Phil’s BBQ and Lucha Libre Taco Shop (for their surf and turf CA burrito).  If you happen to be watching the Travel Channel, check out the show.

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Ok, you want to know what happened?

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He finished it in 35 minutes.  GROSS!

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